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Introduced in the United States back in 1960 as a special request, Weber produced the then Imperial Kettle, in a colour referred to as Glen Blue. This colour was inspired by the blue that featured on the kilts of Weber’s first rep group, the Meehan Brothers, in upstate New York. They were able to play bagpipes and they did demonstrations in small towns where they would organize small parades of scout troops. These parades would end at a hardware store where there was a Weber demo underway. As the story goes, they had an important specialty dealer who wanted a blue kettle, the colour of blue to match the plaid of the Meehans’ kilts. The team decided that the colour looked so good that they added it to the Weber lineup and called it Glen Blue.
Skipping forward 61 years, and this iconic Glen Blue has been revived in the form of Weber’s current top-of-the-line Kettle.
Here is your chance to go in the draw to win this Glen Blue Master Touch Plus limited-edition Weber Kettle.
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